We often give examples of cities of the United States of America as best managed cities. Their infrastructure, transport system, and traffic system are far from what we experience in our country. Their citizens enjoy uninterrupted power, gas, and water supply. Moreover, they get clean water to drink and the sewerage system is world-class. Unlike Pakistan’s cities like Karachi and Lahore, there are no garbage heaps on the streets. Rather, you wouldn’t find even a speck of dust on the streets. On the other hand, we have to beg the members of provincial and national assemblies for small issues like sewerage, cleaning, and water. What’s wrong with our system? How have they made their systems so organized that they are able to manage big cities easily? If you wish to know the reason behind their success, watch this video.